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Yes, but ... How can you know for sure? Let's say I'm charged with and acquitted of murder. Immediately after my acquittal, I confess to the crime describing how I did it and producing tangible and material evidence like the murder weapon etc. So, did I commit murder? Well, we can't say. All we can say is that if I were triad again with all this new evidence,...


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The Mel Ignatow case is probably among the most famous. There was also a case in Texas more recently, though double jeopardy was triggered by a conviction for a lesser included offense, rather than a conviction..


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